committee had forgotten what happened in the country, she said to me, look, when international troops leave, if the international community is not continue to care what happens here, we'll find ourselves in a worse situation than we were in before. my great fear is that women's rights and social issues will be seen as a bargaining chip that the west can make peace now with the taliban. rehearing this oxymoron, the moderate taliban, if they are moderate why the taliban? my fear is in our rush to cut it out of afghanistan with some form of honor intact, that we will be willing to make those concessions. and, in fact, lived very terrible situation on the ground. i think of another woman i interviewed, the head of afghans human rights commission visit a buddhist talk about leaving afghanistan with dignity, but they named their dignity, not the dignity of the afghans. we have to remain committed to the dignity of the afghans.